Question: How do you know your hips are normal and healthy? Today, we’ve got a test for you to find out. Continue reading “Are You Ready To Run? Part VI”
Today we’re tackling one of the running community’s most feared movements and exercises: The Squat. Continue reading “Are You Ready to Run? Part V”
Today starts our 12-point systems check of your physical and lifestyle practices as we ensure you, dear reader, are actually Ready to Run.
I am a 21st-Century runner. I don’t run every day. Or even every other day. Continue reading “Are You Ready to Run? Part I”
For those of you who know me personally, I think it’s pretty obvious that I am not a “woo-woo”-type person. I don’t hang dream catchers over my bed. I own not one pair of Birkenstock’s. The only crystal I own is in our kitchen cabinets.
So why in the world am I writing about Yoga? Continue reading “The 40-Day Kundalini Yoga Challenge”
My youngest son (and child), Connor Patrick, turned 3 months old this past week. To celebrate the occasion, Connor (a.k.a “Baby Thor”) started taking 2+ hour daytime naps while simultaneously regressing in his nighttime sleep habits to waking 3-4 times a night to remind Mom and Dad who really runs the roost. Thanks, son. I cannot wait until you’re sixteen and want to sleep in on a Saturday morning. Your chore list is already waiting for you. But I digress. Continue reading “Random Physical Therapy Advice”
Morning, folks! We’re geared up and ready for a long weekend of R&R, hope you all are as well.
Our latest YouTube post opens the conversation on our approach to treating low pain. There’s no one secret to resolving your back pain, instead, it’s a mix of the right movements, mobilizations, and lifestyle factors.
Enjoy and have a great weekend!